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Java Plugin Usage Market Share

This report displays usage data for the Java plugin. The report is broken down by the version of Java that is supported. This is very important information for web developers and designers to consider when implementing Java applets on web sites. We only list versions that have amassed at least 0.1% of the market share during the selected time period.
Date Range Interval Chart Type Browser Operating System Search Engine Connection
Feb '14 - Jul '14 monthly 3D Pie All Browsers All Operating Systems All Search Engines All Connections

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